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Storage tanks at Tullow Oil’s Ngamia 8 drilling site in Lokichar, Turkana County, Kenya. Photograph: Baz Ratner/Reuters

The top three executives at Irish-founded explorer Tullow Oil shared a pay packet of almost £2.2 million (€2.6m) last year, its annual report shows. (...)

A Tullow Oil facility at Lake Albert in Uganda

Tullow Oil has sold its remaining stake in the Lake Albert oilfield in Uganda to French giant Total for $575 million (€484m), cutting most ties with o(...)

Property prices  are rising at a rate of 0.9 per cent a year, the slowest rate of increase since December 2007. Photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

With the theatre of Brexit on the backburner while the the UK general election played out, attention this week turned to housing. It appears as thou(...)

Tullow reported a rise in gross profits to $527 million compared to $521 million for the same period last year as pre-tax profits rose to $268 million from $150 million

Irish-founded explorer Tullow Oil has recorded a drop in revenues in the first half of the year, as it announced another projected fall in production (...)

Angus McCoss, Tullow’s exploration director, was bullish when speaking to The Irish Times about prospects in Peru

There was little in the way of big surprises in the latest numbers served up by Tullow Oil this week. With the company having flagged the results ah(...)

Ken Bowles with Tony Smurfit, Smurfit Kappa chief executive. Photograph: Maxwell Photography

Often the unsung heroes of the business world, chief financial officers are the workhorses behind the headlines. This year’s shortlist for the Irish T(...)

Tullow Oil has pledged to pay out at least $100 million a year to shareholders from this year. iStock

The top three executives at Tullow Oil, the Irish-founded energy company with a substantial operation in Dublin, received a significant boost in their(...)

Tullow Oil chief financial officer Les Wood said the company had worked in recent years to restructure its balance sheet and lower debt, and “can now focus on getting back to growth”. Photograph: Andrey Rudakov/Bloomberg

Tullow Oil’s chief financial officer, Les Wood, has signalled that the company could still make money even in the unlikely scenario of oil prices fal(...)

Tullow swung into its first annual operating profit for three years in 2017, on the back of rebounding oil prices and higher-than-expected production. Photograph: Danny Lawson/PA

Before stepping away from Tullow Oil in two weeks’ time, Aidan Heavey will have to preside over a board decision on whether the company he founded 33 (...)

Tullow Oil chief executive Paul McDade

Tullow Oil has completed debt refinancing of $2.5 billion following the resolution of a border dispute between Ghana and the Ivory Coast. The $2.5 bi(...)

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